Welcome to Miles To Go Drug Prevention Education Lecture Series
Miles To Go began nineteen years ago as a lecture series for parents, teachers, and students
primarily in private schools in California. Our popularity grew rapidly with an exclusive clientele of
schools, and we continue to expand our reach as we offer new programs and opportunities. Each
presentation leaves old style lecturing behind and tells a story using science, humor and a multi-
sensory approach to teaching.
In our first year, Miles To Go started publishing the Drug Fact Update, which became a popular
teaching tool for instructors in the classroom. Although the technology has changed, we continue
to send information to teachers, students and parents as we pursue our primary goal: simplify a
complex subject. What began as a mailed quarterly newsletter is now delivered daily via Twitter.
These Drug Fact Update “Tweets” are then condensed into free periodic email newsletters for
parents and teachers which serve to inform and inspire conversations about drug issues. We
also produce periodic blogs, which are commentaries on current drug topics we think are
important. All of these Drug Fact Updates are then turned into podcasts available on Podbean,
iTunes, and audio buttons throughout our website. Each year, we turn several of these featured
stories into special projects for teachers called News for Your Classroom.
As we enter our 19th year, we are very proud of our books: Not All Kids Do Drugs,
The Mother’s Checklist of Drug Prevention, and Where's The Party?, a series of handbooks
created to be short, accessible reads for parents and teachers. Each book is based on a parent
lecture of the same name. Our newest book in the series is Not All Kids Do Drugs for Teens. See
our Publications Page for details and ordering. Contact us at Milestogofirstname.lastname@example.org
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Miles To Go
Simplifying a Complex Subject